# Waec 2017 Mathematics Random Repeated Questions

## WAEC 2017 Mathematics Random Repeated Questions

## Our team, My9jaedu has received various calls and messages from different people concerning WAEC 2O17, We are assuring our readers & our WAEC candidates 100% pass in their various subjects. These random repeated questions are adopted from WAEC series/past questions.

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**Do they repeat past questions?****If they ask us to answer 10, can we answer 5?****How can I have A1 in Mathematics?****I'm an art student, do I really need it?**

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## NOTE; The questions below are not the real questions, these questions will give an insight of how the main question will surface. Mathematically, we wish you goodluck!

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**Objective**

1. Look at this series: 2, 1, 12, 14 ,… What number should come next?

A. 13

B. 18

C. 28

D. 116

E. 132

A. 13

B. 18

C. 28

D. 116

E. 132

2. A group of market women sell at least one of yam, plantain and maize. 12 of them sell maize, 10 sell yam and 14 sell plantain. 5 sell plantain and maize, 4 sell yam and maize, 2 sell yam and plantain only while 3 sell all the three items. How many women are in the group?

A. 25

B. 19

C. 18

D. 17

A. 25

B. 19

C. 18

D. 17

3. If log 10 to base 8 = X, evaluate log 5 to base 8 in terms of X.

A. 12

X

B. X-14

C. X-13

D. X-12

A. 12

X

B. X-14

C. X-13

D. X-12

4. Find the value of X if 2√x+2√=1x−2√

A. 3√2+4

B. 3√2-4

C. 3-2√2

D. 4+2√2

A. 3√2+4

B. 3√2-4

C. 3-2√2

D. 4+2√2

5. If (a2b−3c)34a−1b4c5=apbqcr What is the value of p+2q?

A. (5/2)

B. -(5/4)

C. -(25/4)

D. -10

A. (5/2)

B. -(5/4)

C. -(25/4)

D. -10

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6. If {(a2b-3c)3/4/a-1b4c5} = apbqcr; what is the value of p+2q?

A. (5/2)

B. -(5/4)

C. -(25/4)

D. -10

A. (5/2)

B. -(5/4)

C. -(25/4)

D. -10

7. A trader bought 100 oranges at 5 for N1.20, 20 oranges got spoilt and the remaining were sold at 4 for N1.50. Find the percentage gain or loss.

A. 30% gain

B. 25% gain

C. 30% loss

D. 25% loss

A. 30% gain

B. 25% gain

C. 30% loss

D. 25% loss

8. What is the answer when 24346 is divided by 426?

A. 236

B. 356

C. 526

D. 556

A. 236

B. 356

C. 526

D. 556

9. If 29 x (3Y)9 = 35 x (3Y)5, find the value of Y.

A. 4

B. 3

C. 2

D. 1

A. 4

B. 3

C. 2

D. 1

10. The sum of two numbers is twice their difference. If the difference of the numbers is P, find the larger of the two numbers

A. p/2

B. 3p/2

C. 5p/2

D. 3p

A. p/2

B. 3p/2

C. 5p/2

D. 3p

11. A binary operation * is defined by a*b = ab+a+b for any real number a and b. if the identity element is zero, find the inverse of 2 under this operation.

A. 2/3

B. 1/2

C. -1/2

D. -2/3

A. 2/3

B. 1/2

C. -1/2

D. -2/3

12. Factorize completely X2+2XY+Y2+3X+3Y-18

A. (x+y+6)(x+y-3)

B. (x-y-6)(x-y+3)

C. (x-y+6)(x-y-3)

D. (x+y-6)(x+y+3)

A. (x+y+6)(x+y-3)

B. (x-y-6)(x-y+3)

C. (x-y+6)(x-y-3)

D. (x+y-6)(x+y+3)

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13. Tope bought X oranges at N5.00 each and some mangoes at N4.00 each. if she bought twice as many mangoes as oranges and spent at least N65.00 and at most N130.00, find the range of values of X.

A. 4≤X≤5

B. 5≤X≤8

C. 5≤X≤10

D. 8≤X≤10

A. 4≤X≤5

B. 5≤X≤8

C. 5≤X≤10

D. 8≤X≤10

14. Three consecutive positive integers k, l and m are such that l2 = 3(k+m). Find the value of m

A. 4

B. 5

C. 6

D. 7

A. 4

B. 5

C. 6

D. 7

15. Express 1X3−1 in partial fractions

A. 1/3{(1/x-1)-(x-2/x2-x+1)}

B. 1/3{(1/x-1)-(x+2/x2+x+1)}

C. 1/3{(1/x-1)-(x-2/x2+x+1)}

D. 1/3{(1/x-1)-(x-2/x2-x-1)}

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16. What is the area, in square

feet, of the triangle whosesides

have lengths equal to 10, 6and

8 feet?

feet, of the triangle whosesides

have lengths equal to 10, 6and

8 feet?

A) 480

B) 24

C) 48

D) 30

E) 40

B) 24

C) 48

D) 30

E) 40

17.

3102 9 X 3100 3103-:-3= ?

A) 3101

B) 3102

C) 3103

D) 3104

E) 3105

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**Theory**

**Things you should know before going into the Mathematics WAEC Hall***Dont waste much time here, start attempting the ones you know very well.**Dont**gallivant around questions that are looking very simple.**Once you have done the ones you know, start something up on the ones you dont know.**Make sure your workbook is neat, with a clear and concise handwriting.**Avoid shading, you might be penalized. Once you have made an error, give your workings a simple stroke.**Answer a question on a page of your answer sheet.**Read instructions, this is very vital.*

**QUESTIONS**

1. A man invested 20,000 in bank A and 25,000 in bank B at the beginning of a year,bank A pays simple interest at a rate of y% per annum and B pays 15% per annum.

If the total interest at the end of the year from the two banks was 4,600.find the value of y?

If the total interest at the end of the year from the two banks was 4,600.find the value of y?

2a. simplify x2-8x 16 X 2-7x 12.

2b. if 1/2,1/x,1/3 are success term of an arithmetic progression

A.P shows dat 2-x=2x-33.

3a. A diagram show that a cross section of a railway tunnel if AB =100M and the radius arc 5.56m.

calculate the correct and nearest perimeter,metre of the cross section.

calculate the correct and nearest perimeter,metre of the cross section.

4a. why is 60km away from x on a bearing of 135 degree z is 80km away from x on a distance of z.

4b. bearing of z from y. five out of 24 apples in a box 6 are bad,if 3 apples are taken from the box at random with replacement find the probability that the

A) 2 are good and the third is bad,

B) the three are bad.

C) all 3 are good.

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